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The Invisible Terrorists (1976)

Tian luo fei sha xi yang hong (original title)
Rebels in medieval China place secret documents in the hands of Shaolin priests. The list is entrusted by Abbot Wei Hung to a rebel who splits the list into three parts, giving two of the ... See full summary »

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Chung-Kuei Chang ...
(as Cheung Chun Kai)
Hui Lou Chen
Yuan Chieh ...
(as Yuen Jai)
Kang Chin
Hsiao Hung Chiu
Yu Chun Chu
Lan Shu Fu
Tae-jeong Kim ...
(as Tong Loung)
Ping Kuo
Mo Jin Lan
Chung Lin
Wang Nan Lin
Lieh Lo
Cliff Lok ...
(as Ku Lung)
Ping Lu
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Rebels in medieval China place secret documents in the hands of Shaolin priests. The list is entrusted by Abbot Wei Hung to a rebel who splits the list into three parts, giving two of the pieces to other rebels. But one of the three is the "Invisible Terrorist", a spy working for the evil general. Written by Jeff King <peff@iname.com>

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12 July 2004 (Sweden)  »

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confusing story and lackluster action
18 November 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Lo Lieh dies in the first twenty minutes and with him the story as everything after is a ball of confusion. I can't blame any of it on poor translation of the dialog. Carter Wong steps up as the lead and this results in him raping his sister. He is trying to prove to the bad guys that he doesn't know her. The results? There were no results, he just does that and the whole act has no point. It seems to be layer after layer of people who are not what they seem to be and absolutely none of it makes sense after final revelations. The fights are at best average and repetitious and at worst nonsense with the banging cymbals noise weapons. Chan Wai-Lau due to his small size often plays an elderly female and does not fail to deliver a decent staff fighting sequence. That brief part was the martial arts high point of this entire movie. Kam Kong plays a Ming general and is killed off with hardly a fight at all. Cliff Lok briefly displays his acrobatic martial arts in one sequence. That is all. I cannot recommend this movie to anyone other than hard-core completist types like myself and I rate it below average.


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